The Katherine Rotary club has reached a nearly 20 year high in membership.
Three new members were added to the club last week, bringing total membership to 13.
Club secretary Chris Dixon said this is the largest membership for Katherine Rotary in nearly two decades.
Jenny Hurse, Colin Abbott and Katherine alderman Matthew Hurley were all inducted in to the club last week.
Ms Hurse works for the EON foundation while Mr Abbott works for the Chamber of Commerce.
Katherine Rotary said they are looking forward to working with the trio as they bring fresh perspectives to the club.
Last week Katherine Rotary announced it raised $1750 for the fight to eradicate polio at a movie night hosted by Katherine Star Cinema.
Ticket sales and donations raised $875 which was then matched dollar for dollar by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Seventy people raised the money through buying tickets to watch I Am Woman.
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